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Foie gras
Duck tamales
Duck two ways
Truffle Mac n cheese
Tres leches


Wow... my kind of dinner.

How was the "duck two ways" done? Confit and breast?
 
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How was the "duck two ways" done? Confit and breast?


That's my plan for tonight's dinner. Cool
 
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How was the "duck two ways" done? Confit and breast?


That's my plan for tonight's dinner. Cool


I plan to add the seared foie and go three ways.


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You can't say three ways on valentine's day. Big Grin
 
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You can't say three ways on valentine's day. Big Grin


Depends on #3. Big Grin

I just can't help myself...you know how I am about duck.


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homemade empanadas with some ghost chili and a bottle of veuve


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saffron-tomato-pastis moules.
french stick.
pink bubbles.
 
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Charred Strip Steaks, bakers, chopped salads


I think I might be able to help with the Pan, Pam dilemma
 
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Nicely marbled NY strips on the grill, and halved brussels sprouts seasoned with olive oil, pepper, fresh garlic roasted in the oven. Dark chocolate covered strawberries to finish.
 
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Caesar Salad


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Foie gras
Duck tamales
Duck two ways
Truffle Mac n cheese
Tres leches


Wow... my kind of dinner.

How was the "duck two ways" done? Confit and breast?

It was a little different than usual. One breast and one leg confit but done up like shepherds pie. A little too much potato on it for my liking.
 
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Mussels in a white wine & garlic sauce, French baguette, and strawberry cheesecake for dessert. Wine was a Riesling from Cave Springs.
 
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made coq au vin last night. Turned out well.
 
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Baked Dijon chicken breast served over a salad and Hirsch Riesling.


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Butternut Squash Ravioli with Asparagas and Gorgonzola Creme Sauce.
 
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Roast sockeye salmon fillets on a bed of sauteed red peppers, sweet onions, celery, and baby bok choy with a lot of thyme and garlic. 2008 Belle Glos Pinot Clark & Telephone, a fine match.


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A friend who usually does an excellent job with slow-cooking meats is having us over for BBQ pulled pork tonight.
 
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Sushi tonight
 
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Sole with brown butter, lemon salted butter and shellfish risotto.
 
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Blue fin tuna tartare
Yellow tail sashimi
Albacore tuna sashimi with salsa
Albacore with meyer lemon
Rock shrimp tempura with creamy spicy sauce
Chillean sea bass with garlic ponzu
Steak n egg with black truffle
Chocolate souffle cake
 
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Texas-style chili, or as Texans call it -- chili


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Texas-style chili, or as Texans call it -- chili


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Braised oxtail.


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Roast Chicken with Onion and Ale Sauce.
 
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Roasted Lamb Shoulder Roast over Creamed Spinach and Bacon
 
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